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Child having green mucous, runny nose, fever, fast heart beat rate. Should I see a doctor?

The last 5 days ago my 3 yr old had lots of green boogers but no other symptoms, yesterday the boogers got clear and runny and started to get a low fever . This morning he has 102.5 temp and so miserable...his heart feels like its beating super diarrhea , no vomitting, no more boogers. Should I bother the pediatrician or just give him some fever reducer and let him rest?
Asked On : Sat, 1 Sep 2012
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Hi Dear thanks for your question ,your 3 year old child is having runny nose ,fever of 102.5 F and has very fast heart rate >Dear Dear rhinitis that is runny nose can produce fever which has resulted in fast heart rate ,He has history of Gastro entritis 4 days back,though you can give him antibiotic and antipyretics(fever reducing pill),but its better for you to consult a pediatrician
Answered: Wed, 19 Sep 2012
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